Xenta Wireless HDMI Kit + HDMI Switch - WHDI HDMI Transmitter & Rec £119.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Xenta Wireless HDMI Kit + HDMI Switch - WHDI HDMI Transmitter & Rec £119.99 delivered @ Ebuyer

£119.99Ebuyer Deals
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Found 19th Jun 2012
I have been looking for something like this for some time an this is the best price by far i have seen it £119.99 with free delivery.

Basically, If you have sky,virgin tv, Xbox, Playstation ect in one room & want it in another room without the wires or moving the console. This will send it to the other tv.
My main use will be for watching the tv & recording also the odd bit for playstation & xbox 360.

- Includes 4 port HDMI switch for multiple sources
- Connect up to 4 source devices
- Control up to 4 devices with IR remote extender
- Includes wireless remote control
- Transmits up to 30 Metres an HD 720p or 1080p signal

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seems a nice bit of kit - just what I am looking for although I don't need 4 source devices - just 1 or 2 would do me / + I have not hear of the make before ?

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matthat

seems a nice bit of kit - just what I am looking for although I don't … seems a nice bit of kit - just what I am looking for although I don't need 4 source devices - just 1 or 2 would do me / + I have not hear of the make before ?



I only needed it for one realy but opted for the one listed as it should be good for future changes around the home.
Ebuyer sell a lot of xenta products & reviews are not bad.

They have this one though its the same price but less inputs
ebuyer.com/257…1wh


Or this one for £104.99: ebuyer.com/291…v-k

seems best to stick with the original for the price (especially if it's more future proofed) - I want to put a TV in the kitchen but have no aerial also I think I may get one of the cheap freeview boxes as well (recommended about a month ago)
ebuyer.com/362…51t

I looked into this recently and general consensus is that none of the wireless hdmi sender kits are perfect. They prefer to be setup in a line of sight configuration so ideal for sending from av kit on one side of room to a tv on the other but if sending through walls and it ceilings they struggle to sync and when they do the quality isn't the described 1080p. Reviews say even when can get them to sync at higher quality levels that there is a definite difference in terms of quality at one end to the other. People describe it as mosquito effect with little dots buzzing around the edges of lines on the pictures. Also I ser this has a switch but in order to be able to still view the source at the original tv and send it over the dmu sender I think you will also need an active hdmi splitter unless the switch also caters for this as most of the sender kits don't include hdmi pass through.

If you can route the cables without pulling your house to pieces then an active splitter/switch and a 15m hdmi cable will give better quality at a fraction of the price.

Hoping they get the technology a bit better over the coming years so that wireless hdmi really does what it says on the box.

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Found this on youTube. same sort of thing in principle.

youtube.com/wat…Pks

I believe this one uses lossy compression which results in a poor image on your tv. a little expensive, id wait till the tech matures. use a decent quality long cable for optimal results.

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bouncy99

I believe this one uses lossy compression which results in a poor image … I believe this one uses lossy compression which results in a poor image on your tv. a little expensive, id wait till the tech matures. use a decent quality long cable for optimal results.



It is a lot of money but the cheapest its been. The cable option is a no no for me as i would have to drill holes pull up floor boards ect. I wish i could have cables I have waited over 3 yrs for this type of thing to come down in price.

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If any one knows of a better way without running cables please let me know

I had a similar issue running cables, had a 15m cable snaking under carpet etc between the Blu ray and the Cinema projector. I got a Trulink unit when it was on offer from BT/Ebuyer at about 50 quid if memory serves about 6 months or so ago. Works fine, only 1 hdmi, but not a problem. Only issue is fan noise, but the surround sound takes care of that.
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